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So you think they're going to add the 10th gen fake front vents to the 11th Si? Not happening.
 

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I hope Honda doesn't do the si off the hatchback again. I really hope not.
 

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If I had to venture a guess... the Si will most likely be more similar to the prototype in appearance, maybe add a spoiler. I seriously doubt they'd add a full width taillight (the hatch will have one however based on the patent images), let alone the 10th gen fake intakes, or the 10th gen coupe rear lower bumper garnish. I fully expect the Si to be a very very very toned down concept of sporty this time around, (spoiler, tasteful body kit, wheels), as well as the Type R (massive wing and maybe a body kit/additional functional vents).
 

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If I had to venture a guess... the Si will most likely be more similar to the prototype in appearance, maybe add a spoiler. I seriously doubt they'd add a full width taillight (the hatch will have one however based on the patent images), let alone the 10th gen fake intakes, or the 10th gen coupe rear lower bumper garnish. I fully expect the Si to be a very very very toned down concept of sporty this time around, (spoiler, tasteful body kit, wheels), as well as the Type R (massive wing and maybe a body kit/additional functional vents).
+1 I think the prototype is close to the Si, and the regular sedan will look like a Legacy.
 

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That and the HDMI exhaust need to die with 10th gen.
Is it bad that I kinda like the HDMI port on my sport. Or maybe cuz it’s my first time having a center (sporty’ish backend) :(
 

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Is it bad that I kinda like the HDMI port on my sport. Or maybe cuz it’s my first time having a center (sporty’ish backend) :(
It's better than the base car's no exhaust - but the Sport hatch's dual exhaust looks the best. Not a fan of the Type R's exhaust either.
 

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Oh dear god please leave those ‘gaping holes’ out I beg of you! I couldn’t stand those on the 10th... I never understood why Honda had to have those on the front and rear bumper, on the coupe, sedan, and hatchback! Be sensible for once!!! Less is more, Sorry I gotta calm down now~ =(
 
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Curious to see if they carry over that center exhaust. I agree with poster above who says a dual exhaust looks best.
 

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+1 I think the prototype is close to the Si, and the regular sedan will look like a Legacy.
I think a good example to look at, as the comparison has already been drawn, the visual differences between the Jetta and the GLI. Different wheels. Accessory spoiler. Very tasteful lower body kit/exterior garnishments. That's what we will most likely see on the civic vs the Si, with the Sport trim having most of the same minus the performance upgrades.

If I was going to make the prototype into the Si... I would add the wing spoiler, maybe a tasteful rear diffuser, and some underbody spoilers, and that'd be about it. I also have a feeling that honda will forgo the center mounted exhaust on the Si/Sport and just stick with integrated exhaust finishers on either side as seen on the prototype. Regular trim levels will continue with hidden exhaust. Type R will be the only one to get a center mounted exhaust.
 
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10th-gen front and rear lower bumpers applied to 11th-gen Si, I'll pass.

I'd like to see the renders in prototype form in those colors with trunk wing spoiler (as shown) and a few of the suggestions others have mentioned.

My 8th-gen Si Sedan was basically the same at the non-Si when compared. One of the things I liked about it, it was understated and classy in my opinion. It gained body color grille and a low trunk lid spoiler and of course the finished exhaust tip.
 

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Someone really used their imagination on this one... colors are nice tho, would be nice to see a couple of those come to reality.
 
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